WINNFIELD – If you pay a visit the Louisiana Political Museum, you’ll see the vehicle the late Gov. Earl Long used for political campaigning and Gov. Huey P. Long’s ornate dining room set. But you can also take a gander at the roster of this year’s inductees into the museum’s Political Hall of Fame, including retired Lafayette Judge Kaliste Saloom Jr.
Tulane University News
BATON ROUGE – A member of the Tulane University football team and his parents are suing over treatment he allegedly received from members of the athletic department.
Nevada Bar files complaint against attorney barred from representing Deepwater Horizon spill claimants
NEW ORLEANS—An infamous Las Vegas attorney has been accused of misconduct by the Nevada State Bar Association for his involvement in an apparent kickback scheme in a 2010 British Petroleum oil spill settlement.
NEW ORLEANS – A professor of law says it is hard to determine if the conviction of an Orleans Parish judge for fraud has undermined public confidence in the judiciary.
NEW ORLEANS — When it comes to minimizing the chances of a securities markets catastrophe such as the 2008 national financial crisis, Tulane Law Professor Onnig Dombalagian believes prevention is better than a cure -- and in this case, prevention is transparency.
NEW ORLEANS — Tulane University Law School Dean David Meyer recently returned from Beijing, where he joined university deans from Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore and China as featured guests at the Global Legal Education at a Crossroads conference last month.